How to Troubleshoot: Error 0x800710FE when Trying to Delete a File in Windows 10

A very common error that Windows users encounter when trying to delete a file from their computer is “Unforeseen error not allowing to delete file” or when trying to copy a file: “Unforeseen error not allowing to copy file”.

This error is followed by an error code, which is different in normal situations, but in most cases this code is 0x800710FE, and it can also indicate that your hard drive is in use. This is a simple error that can be fixed in a short time.

What causes error 0x800710FE in Windows 10 PC?

Some Windows users report that they encounter error 0x800710fe: The file cannot currently be used on this computer when trying to delete a file or folder. This is a really common problem. This error 0x800710fe often means that the offline cache is corrupt or that Remote Storage Services cannot currently access the file. read more

Bug fix: Failed to Install KB4592438 – December 2020 Cumulative Update

Bug fix: Failed to Install KB4592438 - December 2020 Cumulative Update

Installing Windows 10 update (i.e. KB4592438) may fail if the services required to run it are in an error state. In addition, corrupt temporary files or lack of space for the update can also cause the mentioned error.

Users encounter the problem when they try to update their system with the KB4592438 update, but the update fails to install (some users have encountered the error when the update installation was 100%).

Make sure all pending updates (including optional updates) are installed and then try to update the system again before proceeding with the solutions to fix the Windows update failure. read more